By Alex Delany Keep them on the counter, people! In an ideal world, you’d never need to put produce in the fridge. You’d go to the market before each meal, pick up your locally-grown vegetables, walk unpack,
The chef talks about the woman who inspired him – Rose Gray of the River Cafe – and the dish that gave him his big break Rotolo is a Tuscan dish, involving homemade sheet pasta, greens (spinach, stinging
Notwithstanding the tremendous growth in demand for single malt Scotch whisky, two-thirds of Scotch whisky sales are still in the form of blends. To be sure, in the last several decades this segment has
The Big Questions Some of the world's most renowned scientists are questioning whether the cosmos has an inner life similar to our own. For centuries, modern science has been shrinking the gap between
Madeleine Lancaster has 300 brains growing in her lab – here’s how she’s done it. As she speaks, Madeleine Lancaster rests her hand on her pregnant belly. “Oh they’re about six or seven months along now”.
Motherless babies could be on the horizon after scientists discovered a method of creating offspring without the need for a female egg. The landmark experiment by the University of Bath rewrites 200 years
(CNN) — A new 21st century map of the human brain contains 180 distinct areas in each hemisphere, including 97 previously undiscovered territories, research published Wednesday in the journal Nature revealed.
Ryan Hall is the fastest American-born marathoner. After his retirement, he set his sights on the bulking up When Ryan Hall returned to the Boston Marathon in April to make appearances, all anybody could
Scientists—presumably so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think whether they should—have grown chickens with dinosaur legs, Phys.org reports. More accurately, a team at University
A US scientist has discovered an internal body clock based on DNA that measures the biological age of our tissues and organs. The clock shows that while many healthy tissues age at the same rate as the
General Zaher al-Sakat tells Richard Spencer that he was ordered three times to use chemical weapons against his own people in Syria - but he could not go through with it. Few thought that the Syrian promise
Stargazing dung beetles, mice that survive for longer after heart surgery when they listen to opera, and whether or not you could walk on water on other planets – all of them are serious scientific questions
Not only are novels an age-old inspiration for film, they're the best special feature available! Forget about DVD commentary and featurettes. The best way to learn about your favorite film is to go to
However, as much as it pains me to say it, these chocolate chip cookies by Jacques Torres are absolutely, without a doubt, the best chocolate chip cookies that I have ever made or tasted in my entire I
Quantum tunneling holds a clue for one of the great mysteries of space chemistry. A few years back, scientists discovered a giant cloud of hooch floating around in space. The 288 billion-mile cloud of